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]]>Devanté wrote:White Diamond wrote:I found this site on google.

I just wanted to say hi to everyone.MathsIsFun is the best possible math-related resource available. There's Wolfram's mathworld, of course, but we're better.

We're good for different things. Wolfram covers a

lotof advanced mathematics, but you need to have a very good knowledge of mathematics just to be able to vaguely understand some of their pages.On the other hand, all of our pages are very well explained, but we also don't have nearly as many and the level is more basic in general. But we also have the forum so people can ask for help on whatever they need, whereas Wolfram just sits there. If you manage to find what you're looking for on there and understand it, then great, but if not then it can't help you further.

So I wouldn't say that either is empirically better than the other. Wolfram can help already competent mathematicians to become more advanced mathematicians, and we can help everyone else.

Which is exactly my point...

]]>White Diamond wrote:I found this site on google.

I just wanted to say hi to everyone.MathsIsFun is the best possible math-related resource available. There's Wolfram's mathworld, of course, but we're better.

We're good for different things. Wolfram covers a **lot** of advanced mathematics, but you need to have a very good knowledge of mathematics just to be able to vaguely understand some of their pages.

On the other hand, all of our pages are very well explained, but we also don't have nearly as many and the level is more basic in general. But we also have the forum so people can ask for help on whatever they need, whereas Wolfram just sits there. If you manage to find what you're looking for on there and understand it, then great, but if not then it can't help you further.

So I wouldn't say that either is empirically better than the other. Wolfram can help already competent mathematicians to become more advanced mathematicians, and we can help everyone else.

]]>i have understood retail by now

Then, that's great.

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